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Three hotels to be used for ‘strict’ tennis quarantine – The Age

Emergency Services Minister says the 1200-odd tennis players and staff travelling to Melbourne for the Australian Open will be subject to the “strictest rules for…

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“This is a tough, a strict program. It’s the toughest in the country, in the world,” Ms Neville said.
“We are assuming that every single tennis player and their official has the potential to be positive.”
Each player and their one support person will be subject to daily tests.
Ms Neville said Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has signed off on the arrangements.
She said Victoria Police and event staff would be managing the hotel quarantine program for competitors in the Australian Open, not private…

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